TULSA - UPDATE: Sentencing for Dr. Gary Johnson was postponed until March 27 at 1:30 p.m.
TULSA -- The former superintendent for Skiatook Schools is being sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to accepting bribes.
Dr. Gary Johnson pleaded guilty in July 2011 to four counts of soliciting and accepting a bribe as a public employee.
In 2008, Johnson accepted $10,000 from Rick Enos, a vendor, to approve purchases of custodial supplies and security equipment for prices determined by Enos, all of which exceeded market value.
In June 2010, Johnson was indicted on bribery and embezzlement charges following a grand jury investigation. The indictments were later dropped by Tulsa County District Attorney Tim Harris.
Johnson should learn his sentence at 1:30 p.m.; however, officials at Harris' office say they don't anticipate formal sentencing to take place Wednesday afterall.
The DA's office is in the midst of trying to work out an agreement on restitution for the school district.
Johnson could receive a maximum of 40 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.
Enos, who pleaded not guilty to bribery charges, was scheduled to be sentenced at 9:30 a.m.
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